Akhal Teke Stallion
Elegant mover, lots of action & energy. Has been shown 2 years in dressage..
About Paintsville,KY A Paint Lick Station was referred to in military dispatches as early as 1780. [ citation needed ] The site was named for Indian art painted on the debarked trees near a local salt lick when the first white settlers arrived and was originally part of a 19,050-acre (7,710 ha) tract belonging to George Lewis. The trading post was purchased by the Carolinian Rev. Dalton Ray Chandler II in 1812 and laid out as the town of Paint Lick Station in 1826. The town was formally established under that name in 1834, although the post office was probably named Paint Creek.
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